Earlier this week on Thursday, the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) into the death of political aide Teoh Beng Hock released its report.
In case you haven’t done it yet, the full report (courtesy of YB Lim Kit Siang) can be found in the full post.
The gist of the report: that Teoh was driven to suicide by the intense interrogation by the MACC. Another key point revealed by the report is that the investigation into alleged corruption by Teoh’s boss, Seri Kembangan assemblyman Ean Yong, was launched by a senior Selangor MACC officer merely ‘on an informant’s “mere belief” and without supporting facts’ (via The Malaysian Insider).
The question, and subject of our latest poll, that Walski wants to ask you: are you satisfied with the outcome of the RCI?
The poll is located at its usual place on this blog (top of the sidebar on the right). Walski launched it yesterday, and it will remain open until midnight next Friday, July 29.
(the RCI report, and more, in the full post)
Walski thought it would be a good idea to have you read the report for yourself, and therefore has presented it below, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia.
The commission's findings, although clearly stating that the MACC is indeed accountable for Teoh's demise, points to the conclusion that Teoh did indeed commit suicide. Understandably, this is something that his family simply cannot accept. What action the late Teoh’s family will take is left to be seen. Reports indicate that the family will await the advice of their legal counsel before proceeding any further.
As far as our poll goes, all the usual facilities apply – you can take the poll here, or at the Polldaddy.com hosting site. You can also host the poll on your own blog or website – if you have a Blogger-based blog, simply click the “Add to Blogger” button below the poll, and use the shortcode [polldaddy poll="5255827"], if yours is a Wordpress based one. Alternatively, if you need the raw HTML code for the poll, leave a comment and Walski will e-mail it to you.
So, what do you think – fully satisfied, fully dissatisfied, or somewhere in between?
Walski will post the results of the poll once it closes next Friday, and then he will reveal what he personally thinks.